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Simply put, a hub is a network hardware device that can connect multiple computer networking devices together. This process involves making multiple ethernet devices act as a single network segment. A Hub can also be known as an Ethernet hub, network hub, active hub, repeater hub, or multiport repeater. If configured, a hub can be used with both digital and analog data.
A Hub has multiple input and output (I/O) ports. If a signal is introduced at an input of any port, it then appears at the output of every other port (except the original incoming). Unless you have very old installations or specialized applications, Hubs are not commonly used. They have largely been replaced by network switches.
Aruba Networks is a networking company and a subsidiary of HPE (Hewlett Packard Enterprises). Aruba was established in 2002, and it was announced in 2015 that HPE would go ahead with the acquisition. Aruba has over 7000 employees in 7 regions worldwide. They offer many networking products much like the other big networking companies.
They are an industry leader in wired, wireless and security networking solutions. Aruba’s unified mobility networks significantly expand the reach of traditional port-centric networks. This securely delivers the enterprise network to users, whether they work or roam.
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MetricFire is a full-scale platform that provides infrastructure, system, and application monitoring using a suite of open-source monitoring tools. We enable you to use Hosted Graphite and aesthetic custom dashboards to visualize your metrics so you can understand what is happening.
MetricFire offers users a complete ecosystem of end-to-end infrastructure monitoring, comprised of popular open-source monitoring software services: Graphite and popular dashboards. Plugins for many other open-source projects are preconfigured, such as StatsD, collectd, and Kubernetes. You get all these within a hosted environment as a single product. Not only does MetricFire fit well into the infrastructure monitoring use-case, such as network monitoring and server monitoring, but we also do application monitoring and business intelligence.
Through this hosted environment, MetricFire boosts the unique features of open-source projects to give you more functionality than the original products. Below are some of the MetricFire features at a glance:
The key thing to remember is that Hosted Graphite by MetricFire is more than just Graphite. Our Hosted Graphite product actually adds data dimensionality and better data storage.
The benefits of MetricFire are:
Simple, low-cost pricing
A structured pricing model based on unique time series metrics allows you to work within your budget. The predictability and transparent pricing allow you to keep your costs in check and plan for the future. 1 metric is 1 metric.
Easily share your dashboards with clients for free.
Alert notification integrations PagerDuty, Slack, email, and webhooks.
Freedom of customization
Custom metrics through your code.
Fantastic customer support
Highly available support is provided by engineers for engineers to get you set up quickly.
Dedicated clusters for users that need their own environment.
Why thousands of engineers choose us:
Vendor lock-in's not our thing. We’re believers in you still owning your data, so you can request a full export at any time. That means you get all the benefits of an open-source tool, but with the security and stability of a SaaS tool.
“We now have over ten times the amount of metrics we started with, and on different accounts. One of the great things about MetricFire is that scaling to support this increase has been hassle-free, requiring no additional work on our side.”
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Save valuable engineering time and stick within your budget. We're known for our predictable and transparent pricing so it's easy to keeps costs under control.
“Building and managing an on-premise installation at this scale would require a lot of engineer time, especially in the first year...we use this engineering time to work on initiatives closer to our core business”
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Transparency is at the root of how we operate: from pricing to postmortems we're open about how we do things. We even publish our internal system metrics to our public status page.
“There’s complete transparency with everything MetricFire do which means we can accurately predict what we’ll be spending and comfortably keep within our budget.”
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Our first line, technical support comes from engineers, for engineers. So you get highly detailed, expert support when you need it.
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Diamond is a Python daemon for collecting system metrics and presenting them to Graphite. Diamond is good for scale and customization.
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